At Harlem stage Rhonda Ross and Rodney Kendrick celebrate love in all its dimensions in their first full USA concert together in 15 years! Sharing new music as well as songs from their respective release(s) “In Case You Didn’t Know” and “The Colors of Rhythm”, the Harlem based duo will inspire through music and their obvious passion for their art, community, activism & for each other.
International Social-Artist, Singer-songwriter, Rhonda Ross, explores questions of race, gender, power and spirituality through her art. She uses her fierce and heart-felt music to examine the society in which she lives.
Pianist-composer, Rodney Kendrick, is that rare breed of pianist – old school in his percussive, abruptly rhythmic approach, yet ultimately contemporary and responsive to the current moment. Strongly influenced by Thelonious Monk, Rodney’s sound integrates all genres of the African Diaspora. Together Rhonda and Rodney draw the audience into their love affair. It’s magnetic.
Harlem Stage, 150 Convent Avenue, New York, NY, 10031, United States (212) 281-9240 firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo by Amber Johnson Photography
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